The prize awards £100,000 to a UK organization working with mid-career female artists. Read More
Among the highlights are wildly bucking sculptures by Nina Beier and a mysterious Mark Manders installation. Read More
The multi-hyphenate artist and musician covered a staggering amount of creative ground. Read More
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In a statement, the museum endorsed the new report’s claims. Read More
Sam Keller, Elena Filipovic, Søren Grammel, and Ines Goldbach share their selections. Read More
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Organized with the Musée Picasso and Musée d’Orsay in Paris, it will include 80 works. Read More
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The 49th edition of Art Basel opened to the first tranche of VIP guests on Tuesday morning, sparking a mild-mannered stampede across a two-level emporium heaving with booths presented by some 290 galleries. The art market, especially for contemporary work, … Read More
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Curated by Anita Dube, this year’s edition opens in December and runs into March 2019. Read More
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The exhibition of three beds and scores of animals is hosted by the Berlin gallery Sandy Brown. Read More
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In an interview, the dealer discusses the past, present, and future of Nahmad Contemporary. Read More
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